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  1. Yeah, that's one of the additional things I'll buy for sure. That's the thing, the lower wattage version is the cheaper one. Both are 1.3 horse power.
  2. Potato ricers are great. A single task tool, but one of the most effective there is. A thermometer like a Thermapen isn't cheap as a headline figure, but the cost per use is basically negligible over its life, so that'd be right up there. Tongs have been mentioned, but I like the ones with silicone pincers because you don't have to worry about any non-stick pan you're using, etc. The above might be tools rather than gadgets, but meh!
  3. Hi, Aside from the wire guard and stop switch, what are the differences between these two models? The spec sheets are almost identical, outside of one having a wattage of 325W and the other being 500W... but what's the significance there? (One mentions a 4.7L bowl, but I think that's a typo as it's not mentioned in the contents...) https://www.kitchenaid.co.uk/small-appliances/stand-mixer/6.9-l-heavy-duty-bowl-lift-stand-mixer-5ksm7591x/859701015390 https://www.kitchenaid.co.uk/small-appliances/stand-mixer/6.9-l-professional-stand-mixer-5ksm7990x/859701115390 Thanks!
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